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Germany’s Plot Against Serbia Exposed: Education & Espionage

In the EU accession process absorbing the former socialist states of Eastern Europe, there is a ‘trick chapter’ that is opened, and immediately closed, as a mere formality. This is chapter 26 concerning “Culture and Education” wherein the rationale for this chapter as a formality only is: “the area of culture and education entails no […]

REPORT: Facebook, Google Threaten Human Rights with Data-Grabbing

TEHRAN (FNA)- Tech titans Google and Facebook employ “surveillance-based business models” that threaten human rights and erode privacy worldwide, Amnesty International said in a new report, calling for an end to the data-grabs. Published on Wednesday, Amnesty’s “Surveillance Giants” report outlined how Facebook and Google, and their many affiliated platforms, operate in ways that are […]

Did Israel Secretly Participate in Military Maneuvers in Ukraine?

At the end of September, Russia delivered S-300PM air defense systems to Syria. Although these have not yet been used in combat, they have attracted much attention from the international media. On Wednesday, a Vietnamese portal reported that US and Israeli military personnel had secretly visited Ukraine to study systems similar to the S-300 missiles […]

BREAKING: IRAN ARRESTS ‘DUAL NATIONALS’ SPYING IN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

In a major development in the Islamic Republic of Iran, their diligent security forces have finally identified and then proceeded to arrest “dozens of spies”, including at least one Israeli national, some of whom had infiltrated the government, and were working in critical agencies. This was a major announcement made earlier today by Intelligence Minister […]

FAKE NEWS: US Media “Chip found in ball given to Trump by Putin”

The soccer ball that Russian leader Vladimir Putin offered his US counterpart, Donald Trump, during the summit in Helsinki, is equipped with a chip, the Bloomberg news agency reported. According to the media, the NFC (proximity field communication) chip is capable of exchanging data at a distance of up to 10 centimeters and has access […]

US believe Serbian humanitarian center to be a Russian “espionage” site

June 30th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –– Sputnik Italia – – translated by Frederick Assar – The United States is concerned about the activities of a Russian-Serbian humanitarian center located in the city of Niš. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin commented on the US concerns. In a recent interview with Sputnik, Deputy Prime […]